BRONXVILLE, N.Y. Years in the making, artist Marilyn Kalish comes to Westchester for her opening reception of her exhibition “Reflections of Movement and Emotion” on Saturday September 28th from 6 – 9 pm.
Imagine for a moment painting with your eyes closed, guided by the smells of a handful of graphite and the sounds of your media scraping the canvas searching for your next character to appear. You work until you touch upon something familiar, something you can build upon. These are the creations of Marilyn Kalish. This deeply sensory experience is what separates her from other artists and that grabs your attention when viewing her art.
Join us on a visual journey where dancers whirl and twirl lifted by polycarbonate panels that arc from the walls. Striking women portrayed in 6 ft x 6 ft canvases in deep hues of purple and red. Monochromatic paintings produced on raw linen depicting nothing but pure human emotion. “This exhibition and the art of Marilyn Kalish is a visual masterpiece not to be missed” states owner Dean Lombardo.
The exhibition “Reflections of Movement and Emotion” by Marilyn Kalish opens on Saturday, September 28 at Objects & Images Fine Art at 117 Pondfield Road in Bronxville, NY, and will remain up until November 4th. They will be hosting a special opening reception for the artist from 6 to 9 pm on the 28th.
Objects and Images Fine Art, a unique story in itself, took a once single story gas station in this historic village and transformed it into a three story building with bi-level gallery matching the historic features and look of the original structure.